2nd Sunday Potluck
This Sunday | Let's try something different
**Attention Life Groups**
Please coordinate amongst your group to bring the following:
1 veggie side
1 fruit side
1 case of drinks
Anyone who is not in a group, please feel free to bring whatever you'd like!
If you have questions, please contact Rochelle Dwyer at 720-427-3068
Feed My Starving Children Service Project
The Bailey/Keyes Life Group invites you to join them at:
Deer Creek Church in Littleton
Saturday, Feb. 29 from 12-2pm
We will pack food boxes to be shipped to needy areas.
For more information visit fmsc.org and watch this video
Contact Betsy Keyes no later than Sunday, Jan 19th (firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.808.3403) to let her know how many in your group or family will participate.
A Look Through The
This is a season of preparation. We're continuing to become a new church family, united in our commitment to making Jesus Non-Ignorable. We are preparing our hearts, our people, and our church ministries to make Joyful, Passionate Disciples of Jesus. In order to reach people with the Good News of Jesus Christ, we have to examine key issues in our community through a Gospel lens. How can we live out our core commitment to “Worship God Passionately” if we haven’t first repented of the individualism and consumerism in our hearts?
How can we "Connect Authentically" and welcome the stranger if we don’t understand Biblical Hospitality? How can we “Go Show and Tell the Gospel Boldly” if we don’t see our community through a Gospel Lens?
Join us as we spend five weeks exploring important issues through a Gospel Lens: Individualism, Consumerism, Racism, Sexuality, and Hospitality. We will see how each of these topics affects our identity and mission as disciples of Christ and as a united, church body.
Listen to last weeks sermon
Prepare For Gathered Worship
1/12/2020 | Consumerism and the Gospel
A Word on Worship
"...But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you" (Matthew 6:33). Worship must come first. God doesn't command us to pursue Maslow's hierarchy of needs first. He knows what we need (and says as much in Matthew 6:32). His call to us as his children is to seek HIM first and foremost. And that pursuit--every step of faith, every demonstration of dependence, every moment of surrender to our gracious King, is a whole-life act of worship.